Don't Stop Me Now

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== Trivia ==
== Trivia ==
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Commissioned for eight episodes, the show performed badly enough in its original Sunday 8pm slot to be taken off the air after the third episode, on 1 April 2012. The remaining five episodes were burned off between 3 June and 1 July 2012, still on Sundays but at 6pm. Perhaps viewers were offended by the choice of theme music...
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...given that although the show was commissioned for eight episodes, the show performed badly enough in its original Sunday 8pm slot to be taken off the air after the third episode, on 1 April 2012, with the remaining five episodes being burned off between 3 June and 1 July 2012, still on Sundays but at 6pm.
== Web links ==
== Web links ==

Current revision as of 13:40, 30 September 2020

Contents

Host

Amanda Byram

Co-hosts

Guest co-hosts (in order): Louie Spence, Ashley Banjo, Kimberly Wyatt, Micky Flanagan, Freddie Flintoff, Sally Lindsay, Chris Moyles, Sarah Harding and David Haye

Broadcast

Magnum Media for Sky 1, 18 March to 1 July 2012 (8 episodes in 1 series)

Synopsis

A studio audience is split into three sections - singers, comedians, and variety acts. An act from each section is then selected to perform, with each act being required to complete their performance in 100 seconds. After the performances, the audience vote for who they want to leave the competition, with that act leaving by unusual methods (unusual if you haven't seen 101 Ways... that is) such as trapdoors and bungees cords. The winner receives £25,000.

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Theme music

"Don't Stop Me Now", funnily enough. However, McFly's cover was used rather than Freddie and pals' original, which probably wasn't a wise choice...

Trivia

...given that although the show was commissioned for eight episodes, the show performed badly enough in its original Sunday 8pm slot to be taken off the air after the third episode, on 1 April 2012, with the remaining five episodes being burned off between 3 June and 1 July 2012, still on Sundays but at 6pm.

Web links

Official site

Wikipedia entry

See also

Let Me Entertain You

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